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Let's suppose I posted some English sentences which are not grammatically incorrect and some people corrected those. And I decided to choose one of those corrections. In this context, which one is correct to say to the person who gave me the correction? Or can both work?

1. I'll go for yours. [your correction.]
2. I'll go with yours. [your correction.]

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Let's suppose I posted some English sentences which are not grammatically incorrect and some people corrected those. And I decided to choose one of those corrections. In this context, which one is correct to say to the person who gave me the correction? Or can both work?

1. I'll go for yours. [your correction.]
2. I'll go with yours. [your correction.]
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